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credited with reducing crime in l.a. and new york city. diana santana tells me bratton has already started assessing oakland's problems. >> he will do whatever he needs to do to get a feel of oakland. obviously i will be meeting with him a lot. he will be meeting with community members. >> reporter: the oakland police department avoided taken over by the federal department earlier this month after a judge agreed to have a appointed director oversee the department. brad's position is separate from that. they plan to split the city into five districts each to be run by a captain. >> i was surprised to find a window broken. >> reporter: this salon owner told me someone broke her window yesterday. >> if this happens again, i need to move from here. >> reporter: at allen temple baptist church tonight a youth director tells us the community still has to do its part. >> we can use all the help that we can, it's sometimes good to be able to focus within. >> reporter: the price tag for the consultant's help, $350,000. community members say it's worth a try. nothing else has worked so far. reportin
the volcano's sides. >> san francisco's car hailing app company won a victory against the new york taxi industry. they announced an agreement with a one year pilot program that allows passenger and drivers to connect with the app. the app has its own pricing structure. >> think your teenager doesn't use marijuana? the staggering results of a new survey. plus. >> we lose this building. we'll lose the neighborhood. >> helping at risk youth, but for how much longer? >> >>> an oakland organization that helps at-risk youth is facing eviction from a historic building that was built in the late 1800s. paul chamber tells us why. >> reporter: liberty hall has sat at the intersection of 8th and chester street in west oakland. the building is on the national register of historic places. inside the building is used to better the community. >> we provide services to at- risk youth. particularly in the area of digital media production, television production. >> reporter: there's also a resource center that gets people a little help. >> we have people that come in and they, like their last resort. the
of this little bundle's arrival. >> a new york newspaper in hot water. what they published that has some residents up in arms. plus, too much of a good thing. why the community of newtown is asking well wishers to please stop sending gifts. >> in just ten minutes, we're going to track those rain showers as they move in. how lang they'll >>> the community of newtown, connecticut is asking well wishers to stop sending gifts. newtown has been inundated with gifts from all over the world since the shooting, and especially over the holidays. officials say they can't handle so many items, and suggest people distribute gifts in their own communities instead. also, the town plans on creating a permanent memorial for the victims. >>> a new york state politician is blasting a local paper for publishing a map of gun permits. they published an interactive database that shows the location and names for 16,000 permits. the database also has drawn support. one mother has commented, she will let her daughter play in the home of a neighboring gun owner. >>> in nigeria's capital, an explosion in a firewor
. >>> in new york city tonight, some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll are sharing the stage to raise money for disaster relief ♪ [ music ] >> that's new jersey native jon bon jovi, he's among the superstars taking part in the 12-12-12 concert. the event is expected to raise 10s of millions of dollars to rebuild the east coast after superstorm sandy. the headliner is former beatle, paul mccartney, singing with members of nirvana. listen to the rest of the lineup. the rolling stones, bruce springsteen, eric clapton, the who, alicia keys, and kanye west. just look for the slide shows tab. >>> bay area crabbers are back at it, hauling in loads of crab. fishermen harvested dungeonous crab for holiday tables. crab fishermen and wholesalers reached a price agreement yesterday afternoon after a week long strike. brokers are paying the fishermen $3 a pound for their catch. a commercial fisherman who trapped tons of dungeon os cab has ordered to pay $12,000 in penalties. the district attorney said 58 dungeonous were ceased from traps. the fisherman was accused of taking crab from a protected area.
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